45 titles.

1. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Bart's Girlfriend (1994)
Bart falls for Reverand Lovejoy's beautiful, yet manipulative, daughter Jessica Lovejoy who has a way of making boys do whatever she wants them to do but when but when Bart is accused by the whole town of stealing money from the church collection plate Lisa springs into action to find the real thief and all fingers point to Ms Lovejoy. Meryl Streep guest voices.
2. Death Becomes Her (1992)
Death Becomes Her is a story of sabotage and betrayal. Madeline Ashton (Meryl Streep) and Helen Sharp (Goldie Hawn) have acted as toxic friends in one another's lives since childhood. Helen Sharp met and married plastic surgeon Ernest Menville (Bruce Willis), thinking her dreams of a happy life had been fulfilled. Madeline's malicious and competitive spirit becomes apparent when she purposefully breaks apart the marriage and subsequently marries Ernest herself. This tragedy sends Helen into a downward spiral, eventually landing her in a mental institution. Meanwhile, the marriage between Ernest and Madeline becomes more and more miserable as it becomes apparent that Madeline has never even liked him and will never love him. Madeline's misery is manifested into an adulterous affair and thousands of dollars spent on cosmetic surgery. She longs to be young and single again, while resentment grows toward her husband. Madeline is tempted into taking a potion, one that will stop the aging process and send it into reverse. She will soon be at her utmost physical perfection, a state she has missed and longed for for years. Her newly regained youth gives her confidence beyond expectation and she decides to pay a visit to her old friend Helen. She assumes that Helen is still overweight, after gaining weight in the mental institution, but finds her to be younger looking and fitter than ever. The old, long dead competition between the two women is reignited. Both want Ernest and will stop at no cost to have him. The competition becomes presumable deadly, until it is apparent that Helen has taken the same potion. This long time rivalry takes them both to very unexpected places.
3. Five Came Back (2017 TV Series)
Five present-day directors discuss five wartime directors who voluntarily joined WW2 in order to film it: William Wyler (presented by Steven Spielberg), Frank Capra (Guillermo del Toro), George Stevens (Laurence Kasdan), John Ford (Paul Greengrass) and John Huston (Francis Ford Coppola). Narrated by Meryl Streep and written by Mark Harris (adapted from his 2015 book Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War).
4. The Real Housewives of New York City (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Social Wife (2008)
Jill, Bethenny, Alex and LuAnn get together at a swanky New York restaurant. LuAnn and Alex hit it off, while Bethenny gets annoyed with what she perceives as Alex's pretentious behavior. Alex and Simon have dinner with Jill and Bobby, who have offered to help them get their son Francois into a private school through Jill's connections. Bethenny and Jason plan a romantic dinner, and as a woman of action, she decides she is ready to officially move in together and springs the subject on him. Meanwhile, Ramona takes Avery to an audition for a Meryl Streep film.
5. The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981)
John Fowles' original novel The French Lieutenant's Woman was distinguished by a literary technique that involved telling a story of Victorian sexual and social oppression within the bounds of a 1970s viewpoint. How does one convey this time-frame dichotomy on film? The decision made by director Karel Reisz and Harold Pinter was to frame Fowles' basic plot within a "modern" context of their own making. While we watch as Sarah (Meryl Streep), a 19th-century Englishwoman ruined by an affair with a French lieutenant, enters into another disastrous relationship with principled young Charles (Jeremy Irons), we are constantly made aware that what we're seeing is only a film. This is done by surrounding the story with a modern narrative, focusing on a movie production company which is on location--filming The French Lieutenant's Woman. Meryl Streep doubles in the role of Sara and the American actress who plays her, while Jeremy Irons essays the dual role of Charles and the handsome Briton playing Charles. Likewise, everyone else in the cast is seen as "themselves" and as their French Lieutenant's Woman characters. Not surprisingly, the "real" Streep and Irons enter into an affair which closely parallels their characters' relationship. The commercial TV version of French Lieutenant's Woman eliminates 30 minutes' worth of "extraneous" scenes. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
6. Falling in Love (1984)
Molly, (Meryl Streep) is a beautiful housewife who is married to a doctor and lives in upstate NY. While out Christmas shopping she accidentally gets her packages mixed up in a Manhattan bookstore with a handsome young man named Frank (Rober De Niro). Frank is a married architect with two young children who also lives upstate. Months later they take the same train into NYC and bump into each other again. There is an instant attraction between them but neither of them is looking for an affair. They keep bumping into each other and having longer conversations. They are both falling in love against their better judgments. Honest with each other about not looking for an extramarital affair, they cannot resist seeing each other, just to talk. Their emotions grow stronger and they cannot stop thinking about each other. Although they remain chaste throughout, they confess their emotional betrayals to their spouses independently. When Frank tells his wife about meeting this woman on the train but confirms that he has never slept with her. His wife replies, "No, this is worse!" The final outcomes are Molly and Frank separating from their spouses, and each other. This movie accurately portrays the angst, humor, and confusion of two people involuntarily submitting to something more powerful than themselves - falling in love.
7. The Soup (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #11.5 (2014)
It's Super Bowl week at The Soup! Joel McHale serves up super viral videos, the craziest headlines and wackiest reality clips of the week! In celebrity relationship news, we dive into the picture everybody's buzzing about: 50 Cent and Meryl Streep courtside at a Knicks-Lakers game. Plus, it's almost time for Kim Kardashian to walk down the aisle on E! again--we have the latest details. Then in reality TV news, take a look at our favorite shows of the week including "Couples Therapy" where "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham checks in. All that and the best clips of the week from "Real Housewives of Atlanta," "Love and Hip Hop," and our favorite new show, "Are You The One."
8. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 4 December 2002 (2002)
President Of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace Jessica Mathews Sizes Up The Nuclear Weapons Inspection Team In Iraq So Far. Then, Actors Chris Cooper, Meryl Streep And Nicolas Cage Discuss Their New Movie, Adaptation. Finally, An Interview With Crime Novelist Elmore Leonard On His Latest Book, A Collection Of Short Stories Called When The Women Come Out To Dance.
9. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 12 December 2008 (2008)
A Conversation About The Auto Industry With David M. Herszenhorn Of "The New York Times" || A Conversation About The Film "Doubt" With John Patrick Shanley, Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams And Viola Davis || A Conversation With Quincy Jones
10. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 20 December 1999 (1999)
First, A Dialogue With President Clinton On His Choice For The Most Influential Person Of The Century, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Later, Other Leaders And Thinkers Including Walter Isaacson, Cornel West, Isaac Stern, Meryl Streep, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Chris Matthews, Richard Avedon, And Angela Bassett Offer Their Selections For The Person Of The Century.
11. A Guide to Second Date Sex (????)
Laura and Ryan are perfect for each other: they both love Meryl Streep, have been totally destroyed by previous relationships, and they have no idea what they are supposed to do tonight. They also both know that they'll have to pretend to be completely different to how they've ever been previously, in the hope of getting it right this time. How bad can a second date really go and what is there to lose? Ryan and Laura are about to find out.
12. The Young Turks (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.688 (2016)
Conservatives CAUGHT Trying To Pay Liberals To Disrupt Trump Inauguration Obama Takes Blame For Democrats Losing Trump Reacts To Meryl Streep's Golden Globe Speech Meryl Streep Golden Globes Speech Calls Out Trump Twitter Suspends \"Pharma Bro\.
13. Good Day L.A. (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 10 January 2014 (2014)
Julia Roberts talks about working with Meryl Streep in "August:Osage County". Kevin Bacon talks about how being on a weekly series creates a greater intimacy with the audience than a movie does. Liam McIntyre talks about "The Legend of Hercules".
14. Girl Rising (2013 Documentary)
From Academy Award-nominated director Richard E. Robbins and the award-winning Documentary Group, in association with Paul Allen's Vulcan Productions comes Girl Rising - an innovative new feature film about the power of education to change a girl - and the world. Girl Rising is powered by strategic partner, Intel Corporation, and distribution partner CNN Films. Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Liam Neeson, Cate Blanchette, Selena Gomez and other A-list actors contribute voice performances to the film,which features original music from Academy Award winner Rachel Portman, in collaboration with Hans Zimmer. The film spotlights unforgettable girls like Sokha, an orphan who rises from the dumps of Cambodia to become a star student and an accomplished dancer; Suma, who composes music to help her endure forced servitude in Nepal and today crusades to free others; and Ruksana, an Indian "pavement-dweller" whose father sacrifices his own basic needs for his daughter's dreams. Each girl is paired with a renowned writer from her native country. Edwidge Danticat, Sooni Taraporevala Aminatta Forna and others tell the girls' stories, each in it's style, and all with profound resonance. These girls are each unique, but the obstacles they faced are ubiquitous. Like the 66 million girls around the world who dream of going to school, what Sokha, Suma, Ruksana and the rest want most is to be students: to learn. And now, And now, by sharing their personal journeys, they have become teachers. Watch Girl Rising, and you will see: One girl with courage is a revolution.
15. Great American Railroad Journeys (2016 TV Series)
Episode: Poughkeepsie to Albany (2016)
Following the Hudson north, first to to Poughkeepsie, site of a pioneering women's college where Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Meryl Streep graduated. The wild Catskill mountain range, long trapper country, inspired mass nature tourism and Thomas Cole's romantic 'Hudson River' painting school leading it. Finally Albany, state capital of New York and once an industrial metropolis, now grand for its opulent capitol, where Michael ponders the US federal system.
16. Everything About Her (2016)
Vivian Zapanta, played by multi-awarded actress, and hailed as the Meryl Streep of Philippine cinema, Vilma Santos, is a powerful, strong-willed business magnate. She finds out that she has a debilitating illness that requires her to hire a caregiver, ably portrayed by award-winning actress, Angel Locsin. The estranged relationship that Santos has with her own son, Xian Lim further complicates this beautiful story about love, acceptance, humility and forgiveness.
17. Celebrity Style Story (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Meryl Streep (2013)
Meryl Streep is America's greatest living actress. Period. In her first five years on the silver screen she bagged two Oscars, but her red carpet style was trapped somewhere between boho and hobo. Her oversized shirt/skirt combos ballooned in size through the '80s and her penchant for pantsuits meant some bad blazers. She wowed audiences and critics and surprised herself by continuing to get great parts after turning 40 - the age when most women in Hollywood disappear. Still, while she was racking up a record number of Oscar nominations, she looked like she was dressing off the rack. Then Meryl's film and fashion world came together when she played the hardcore stylista and magazine editor Miranda Priestly in "The Devil Wears Prada." Ever since, her red carpet look has had more style and more polish. These days she's more successful than ever, proving to Hollywood that you can get better with age. From frumpy award winner to fabulous fashion icon, this is the Celebrity Style Story of Meryl Streep.
18. At the Movies (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Stop Making Sense/Falling in Love/Paris Texas (1984)
Roger opens the show with an enthusiastic review of the rock concert film by The Talking Heads called "Stop Making Sense." Roger thought it was a standard concert film but with a major boost by the band's infectious energetic stage presence. Gene liked the intimacy of the filmmaking. They split on the Meryl Streep-Robert De Niro love story "Falling in Love" which Gene liked, but Roger found empty. Yet, they were both enthusiastic about another love story, "Paris, Texas" which they both thought was one of the year's best films. Plus, in their special "X-Ray Segment" Gene and Roger discuss the controversy surrounding the Santa Claus killer movie "Silent Night, Deadly Night", a film that appalled them both.
19. At the Movies (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Crossover Dreams/Maxie/Mishima/Plenty (1985)
Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review four new movies. Two thumbs up for the engaging qv##tt0088968## about a salsa singer who wants mainstream success. Siskel's only complaint is that its theme of artistic integrity gets fuzzy at the end. Two thumbs down for the fantasy-comedy, qv##tt0089569## with Glenn Close. The critics were "stunned" by the boring premise of a 1920s flapper possessing a modern San Francisco woman and by its witless execution. Two thumbs up for Paul Schrader's "audacious" qv##tt0089603## about Yukio Mishima, the controversial Japanese author. It aims for greatness in a play-it-safe era of movie-making and achieves it. Two thumbs up for qv##tt0089816## with Meryl Streep as a WWII freedom fighter who can't adjust to peacetime. Siskel sees it as an indictment of British society; Ebert sees it as a fascinating character study.
Roger opens with a positive review of the musical drama "Crossover Dreams", Gene liked it but not as much. They both thought that the romantic fantasy "Maxie" was one of the year's worst, but thought that "Mishima" was one of the year's best. Finally, that gave a positive review to the Meryl Streep romance "Plenty".
20. At the Movies (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Christine/Silkwood/Sudden Impact/Thriller (1983)
Roger opens the show with a positive review of the Stephen King thriller "Christine", Gene agrees that it's entertaining even though they both agree that the plot is ridiculous. They both admired the Meryl Streep thriller "Silkwood" and were impressed by the performances. Roger liked "Sudden Impact", the fourth Dirty Harry adventure, but Gene thought it lacked a really strong villain. Finally, they were both in agreement that Michael Jackson's 14 minute music video "Thriller" was nothing special, and disagreed with the film's defenders who felt that it should have gotten an Oscar nomination for Best Live Action Short Film (it didn't).
21. The Big Picture (2011 TV Series)
Episode: January 2012 (2012)
Happy New Year -- The Big Picture kicks off 2012 by showing you plenty of great movies to look forward to. George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg and Madonna are just some of the big names warming up for Awards Season glory this month. We take a look at The Iron Lady, Shame, War Horse, J. Edgar, The Descendants and look closer at current smash hits Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol! So for everything you need to know about the latest movies, check out The Big Picture...
22. Faces of America with Henry Louis Gates Jr. (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Making America (2010)
This is the story of the peopling of the New World, of how land came to define the settling and identity of America, and of how the guests' ancestors were part of this history. Among the discoveries are descriptions of Meryl Streep's eighth great-grandfather who fought in Metacom's War, records of a land dispute in Spain that pushed Eva Longoria's ancestors to leave for the New World, a treaty that Louise Erdrich's Native American ancestor was forced to sign, and Yo-Yo Ma's family genealogy in China, which gives insights into his identity he has longed for his whole life.
23. Harvard Beats Yale 29-29 (2008 Documentary)
On November 23, 1968, Yale and Harvard's undefeated football teams met in Cambridge, with Yale heavily favored. Contemporary interviews with 30 men who played that day mix with game footage (with instant replay). Led by Brian Dowling and Calvin Hill, Yale goes up 22-0. With less than one minute to play, Yale leads 29-13. For Harvard, the end is exhilarating; for Yale, supreme confidence gives way to a life lesson and to being a small part of football history. Adding context are comments about the Vietnam War, the sexual revolution, Garry Trudeau's Yale cartoons, and players' friendships with George W. Bush (Yale), Al Gore (Harvard), and Meryl Streep (Vassar).
24. Next Stop Hollywood (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Week Two (2013)
Week two in Hollywood for the six Aussie actors seeking fame and fortune. After The Carrie Diaries audition at Warner Bros, Alycia is asked to audition for an independent feature film, a thriller set in the Amish community. With the experience of getting evicted from top Hollywood agency CAA last week, Craig is quickly learning that it is all about who you know in Hollywood. Luke has had only one audition since arriving. Although positive, he candidly admits his past mistakes during previous pilot seasons where he partied too hard. Michael meets with his US agent and is optimistic about getting auditions. He and Luke go 'out on the town' that night. HaiHa opens up about her fears. She is worried about her manager's ability to get her auditions, ageism in Hollywood, the superficiality of acting and the sacrifices she has had to make. She talks about her departure from the Jehovah's Witness Church as a teenager, which caused a major rift in her family. Penelope still hasn't made a decision about which agent to go with and gets some tough advice from a family friend. Michael and HaiHa attend the inaugural international AACTA awards. Craig is on the other side of the red carpet interviewing celebrities as they arrive to get some advice on 'making it' in LA. He chats to Meryl Streep who gives some amusing advice and tips.
Alycia scores two major auditions. Luke admits that his past demons may have cost him during past pilot seasons, while Michael, HaiHa and Craig attend a Hollywood awards ceremony. Craig talks to Joel Edgerton, Geoffrey Rush and Meryl Streep.
25. Astro Royal (2000 TV Series)
Episode: Oscars Princesses Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep and Emma Stone. (2017)
Astro Royal and Astro TV Questico and Advigo inc. Hollywood Correspondent Prince Mario-Max Schaumburg-Lippe about the 89th Academy Awards Oscars 2017. Jimmy Kimmel hosted glamorous top stars Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep and Emma Stone. The top design included Ellie Saab, Giorgio Armani and Givenchy and Lion, LA LA Land and Florence Foster Jenkins productions rocked the stages and parties.
26. Starring Austin Pendleton (2016 Documentary)
The most famous actor you've never heard of. starring Austin Pendleton and introducing Philip Seymour Hoffman, Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman, Olympia Dukakis, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ethan Hawke, Peter Sarsgaard, Wallace Shawn, Denis O'Hare, Chuck Evered, Jonathan Marc Sherman and Bob Balaban.
27. Premio Donostia a Meryl Streep (2008 TV Special)
Premio Donostia translates to The Donostia Award. It is an honorific award given every year to either one, two or several actors and occasionally to directors in the San Sebastián International Film Festival, in Spain. It was created in 1986, and this short film honours the 2008 winners who were Meryl Streep and Antonio Banderas
28. New York at the Movies (2002 Documentary)
Meryl Streep conducts us to a trip to New York City as presented in many films during the 20th Century, and how its cultural importance and impact are important to viewers. With a comprehensive gathering of clips from films between 1910's and 1990's, the documentary presents the mandatory classic films that presented the city and its multiple cultural variations, situations and the great stories filmed there. Actors and directors also discuss how they view the city in reality and also through the pictures.
29. In Bed with Joan (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Billy Eichner (2013)
In this episode, Billy Eichner from Fuse's "Billy On The Street" joins Joan In Bed! In this episode, they chat about when Billy came out to his parents, the difference between Meryl Streep and Glenn Close, Why Billy aspires to be Lisa Rinna, and what is strange about the rapper Nas.
30. The Cast of 'The Manchurian Candidate' (2004 Video)
This making-of piece takes a closer look at the work of the film's exemplary ensemble cast and the parts they play, with emphasis on Denzel Washington's "Ben Marco," Meryl Streep's "Eleanor Prentiss Shaw," and only briefly at the end, Liev Schreiber's "Raymond Shaw."
31. An Introduction to the Ketogenic Diet (1994 Documentary)
An introduction to the Ketogenic Diet, a special high-fat diet used to treat seizures, as a treatment for childhood epilepsy narrated by Meryl Streep. The video provides a step-by-step preparation of the meals, available options for the diet and discussions with parents and children about their dealings with the diet.
32. Shout Gladi Gladi (2015 Documentary)
Narrated by Academy Award® winning actress Meryl Streep, SHOUT GLADI GLADI celebrates the extraordinary people who rescue African women and girls from obstetric fistula, a medical condition that can turn them into reviled outcasts. Directed by Adam Friedman and Iain Kennedy, and filmed in Malawi and Sierra Leone, the film spotlights the quest of Ann Gloag, the indefatigable philanthropist and former nurse who drives the movement to save these vulnerable women, and presents the patients as they tell stirring tales of their struggles and triumphs. Everything culminates with the exuberant Gladi Gladi ceremony, a singing and dancing blowout that marks the day the women and girls return home cured.
33. An Old Fashioned Love Story: Making 'The Bridges of Madison County' (2008 Documentary)
Follow the difficult birth and full realization of this beautifully told romance through its many twists and turns. Through interviews with Clint Eastwood, Meryl Streep, screenwriter Richard LaGravenese and many others, this documentary reveals the commitment, hard work and creativity it took to bring to the screen this classic love story in the style of George Stevens or John Ford.
34. Making Space: 5 Women Changing the Face of Architecture (2014 Documentary)
For the first time in history, women are designing our world. They are the rising stars in architecture-previously an all-male galaxy--and they are literally and figuratively changing the landscape. MAKING SPACE captures the compelling stories and outstanding designs of Annabelle Selldorf (NY), Farshid Moussavi (London), Odile Decq (Paris), Marianne McKenna (Toronto), and Kathryn Gustafson (Seattle & London). Without script or narration, each woman tells her own story, enhanced by the insights of commentators including Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger; MoMA's Peter Reed and Paola Antonelli; and others. Meryl Streep makes a special guest appearance.
35. Mr. Babenco (2018 Documentary)
A blend of two nationalities, a master of the moving image, Hector was in life a little of everything - from a tomb salesman to spaghetti western extra, from a photographer of steakhouses to an Oscar nominated movie director. Polemical, controversial, demanding and genial, he won in Locarno, competed in Cannes, shone in Hollywood and directed titans like Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson and Willem Dafoe. He was a great filmmaker, he features in cinema reference books throughout the world, and is now the protagonist of the documentary Mr. Babenco. The film is a black and white poetic immersion in the filmmaker's recollections and dreams. Always in a lyrical, never journalistic tone, it closely follows his life and death. But as Hector had many lives, so also he had many deaths.
36. There's Something About Meryl (2004 Short Film)
There's Something About Meryl is a short romantic comedy about two lonely, quirky people who meet at an event honoring their favorite movie star, Meryl Streep. Through the course of the film we witness the beginning of what could be the first day of the rest of their lives...together.
37. Doubt: The Cast of Doubt (2009 Video)
A lovely gathering with the main cast of "Doubt" (Philip Seymour Hoffman, Meryl Streep, Amy Adams and Viola Davis), sharing their different points of view about John Patrick Shanley's play and script, behind the scenes curiosities, the acting process and their thoughts on what audiences should expect from such an interesting and important project. A very informal and positive interview conducted by Dave Karger.
38. Monologue/Robin Williams: The Devil Wears Prada - Miranda Priestly (2013 Short Film)
While deciding between two belts for an outfit, recent college grad and co-assistant Andrea 'Andy' Sachs (Anne Hathaway) mentioned that they both looked exactly the same and that she was still learning about 'this stuff.' Powerful, demanding, ruthless, and cynical fashion magazine Runway editor-in-chief Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep) responded to directly humiliate her.
39. Karen Blixen: Out of This World (2005 Documentary)
"Karen Blixen - Out of This World" This is the story of the incredible life of Danish author Karen Blixen (Isak Dinesen) - a story just as dramatic as her own fantastic tales. Featuring Meryl Streep. During the documentary the viewers are taken on a journey through the life of Karen Blixen, told by people close to her. Blixen herself contributes through old footage. The directors have been given unique access to photos and letters from private archives, many of which have never been made public before. To complement the rich imagery of this film, additional footage and historical reenactments have been shot on location in Denmark and Kenya. The music consists exclusively of the original lacquer discs Karen Blixen collected throughout her life.
40. Finding the Truth: The Making of 'Kramer vs. Kramer' (2001 Documentary)
A behind-the-scenes look at this Oscar-winning classic about a man who finds himself a single parent after his wife walks out on him, then is forced to fight for custody of his child in court. Includes interviews with the stars of the film, including Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep, giving their views of what it was like to make this picture.
41. In Search Of Truth (2015 Documentary)
When the American scientist Lynn Margulis passed away, in November 2011, I was shocked in a wired way. And I said "wired" because I have never met Lynn Margulis, but of course I knew who she was. National Medal of Science, mother of four children, she developed a new theory to understand thoroughly evolution, but her work is still in the dark for the big audience. After her death, I started to surf networks, looking for reactions. There was one in Twitter that attracted my attention. A man said: 'Am I the only one who thinks that Meryl Streep will be a great Lynn Margulis?'. I thought he was right and from that second until now I couldn't stop thinking about making a movie about her. So the first impulse was to record something about her, and that "something" is the short film we are going to see. You are going to see the emotional reaction of women that work with her and were friends of Lynn Margulis. Those interviews were so close to her death that it will be impossible to repeat them. They are passionately memories and draw us a personal portrait of Lynn Margulis. I still remember the only time I saw her. It was in Barcelona, Spain, where I live. She was offering a talk about the origin of life. The room was full of people and I think all of us felt the same: she was comforting. I guess is the feeling you have when you are close to truth, even if you know it's so impossible to achieve it. I really hope you enjoy this little tribute to a brilliant woman.
42. Monet's Palate: A Gastronomic View from the Gardens of Giverny (2004 Documentary)
Monet's Palate is a documentary which examines the connection between fine art and fine cuisine as seen through the eyes of Claude Monet. Meryl Streep's opening narration takes the viewer through the region of Normandy in France and Monet's Home and Gardens. The greatest Chefs of the world including Alice Waters, Daniel Boulud, Roger Verge, Anne Willan and Michel Richard, prepare the cuisine Claude Monet adored. Interviews include Steve Wynn and Joachim Pissarro.
43. Giffoni Film Festival (2007 TV Series)
Giffoni Film Festival is founded in 1971 by Claudio Gubitosi to promote and develop cinema for children. The format of the festival centers on the jury being composed entirely of children. Therefore the jury selection is in fact the children's' selection. In his 1982 visit to the festival, Francois Truffaut complimented in his letter that "Of all the festivals, Giffoni is the most necessary". For 6 years now GFF has created a network of festivals in the world under the Giffoni World Alliance using the same format to promote films for children around the planet. Giffoni Hollywood is a testimony to the success of this format. Robert De Niro, Oliver Stone, Meryl Streep,Jeremy Irons, John Travolta, Wim Wenders, Ben Kingsley, Kathy Bates, Krzystof Kieslowsky, Roman Polanski, Danny De Vito are just a few of the stars that have been guests to the festival in its 38 years of activity. The complete list includes practically the most important writers, actors/actresses, directors and producers of Italian cinema in the last 4 decades.
44. The Hollywood Costume (2013 Mini-Series)
The popular TCM franchise Friday Night Spotlight continues with "The Hollywood Costume," which illuminates some of Hollywood's most talented designers and their fabulous creations. This Spotlight is hosted by Deborah Nadoolman Landis, an American film and theater costume designer and the author of Hollywood Costume (2012), Dressed: A Century of Hollywood Costume Design (2007) and Hollywood Sketchbook: A Century of Costume Illustration (2012). Landis, Oscar®-nominated for her costumes in 1988's "Coming to America," also designed for many other major films including 1981's "Raiders of the Lost Ark." Each Friday night she will present a pair of double-features highlighting two different designers. The festival began on December 6, 2013 at 8pm with a look at Travis Banton, famous for dressing Marlene Dietrich in "Blonde Venus" (1932) and Claudette Colbert in "Cleopatra" (1934); Orry-Kelly, whose many credits at Warner Bros. include "Casablanca" (1942) and "Auntie Mame" (1958). Subsequent nights will feature Irene Sharaff, who created Barbra Streisand's clothes for "Funny Girl" (1968) and Elizabeth Taylor's for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (1966); Anthea Sylbert, designer of 1970s classics as "Chinatown" (1974) and "Carnal Knowledge" (1971); Jean Louis, who clothed Doris Day in "Send Me No Flowers" (1964) and Ann Roth, who designed for Meryl Streep in "Silkwood" (1983) and Jane Fonda in "Klute" (1971, TCM premiere). TCM will continue to explore the art of costume design in the overnight hours, with additional double-features highlighting such designers as Adrian, the star designer of MGM films including The Women (1939) and Anna Karenina (1935); Walter Plunkett, designer of MGM classics including Adam's Rib (1949) and Forbidden Planet (1956); and the legendary Edith Head, whose numerous celebrated costumes include those in Sullivan's Travels(1941) and The Seven Little Foys (1955)and Helen Rose, whose MGM movies included The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) and Annie Get Your Gun (1950).
45. A few meetings with a woman (2017 Documentary)
Marjan who has been drug dealer since her childhood, is now in custody for an armed robbery and kidnapping. Hamideh, Tayebah, Masoumeh, Fatimah and Safieh are her cellmates they are in jail because of committing murders. They got to know of the theater world inside the jail and decided to make a group and perform in their own theaters as actresses. Safieh realizes how much she is into art and theater. Like other female prisoners, she is the victim of the violence of her community. She hopes one day she becomes like the famous actor, Meryl Streep. After eight years, Marjan released from the prison, is trying to re-form the theater group, they have one missing member. Safieh has been executed.
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